After the reveal of Ubisoft's First Look trailer for Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, fans what to know what to expect.
Based on the world showcased in James Cameron's popular film, Avatar, Frontiers of Pandora will allegedly allow players to explore the alien planet and interact with the native civilization, the Na'vi. Ubisoft has revealed a bit more information about the title in a post on the official website on June 12, including a deeper explanation of the teaser trailer and what players will encounter while exploring the world of Pandora.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora New Details
Frontiers of Pandora will be a standalone "first person, action-adventure experience" developed primarily by Massive Entertainment in partnership with Lightstorm Entertainment and, of course, Disney.
Players will get to explore the never before seen Western Frontier of the Pandora as one of the Na'vi who inhabit its surface. During their adventures, they'll be able to experience a "living and reactive world inhabited by unique creatures" and new characters while defending their home against the invasive procedures pushed by Resources Development Administration (RDA). Clearly, this will be the central conflict of the game—much like the film.
Ubisoft's Giancarlo Varanini, the author of the post, draws direct attention to the small Na'vi settlement on the open plains. Could this be where the player character begins their journey?
Additionally, Frontiers of Pandora will not be available on previous-generation consoles. It will exclusively be available for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S|X, Stadia, Amazon Luna, and PC in 2022.